Cosculluela

Cosculluela

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Biography

José Fernando Suarez, known as Cosculluela, is a Puerto Rican and reggaeton artist, born and raised in Humacao, on the East Coast of Puerto Rico. From a young age he became very interested in music, and began making underground mixtapes with his brother Jaime and a group of friends. After a couple of years of recording underground, he was discovered in a studio in San Juan by Buddha, a very well known Reggaeton producer. With the help of Buddha, Cosculluela was able to make his first appearance on Don Omar's Bandoleros, and later that year (2006) on Buddha's Family 2, with the hit song "Te Va A Ir Mal.". After this, Cosculluela started going up in the ranks of Reggaeton and Latin Hip hop's greatest, appearing in such CDs as “Los Bandoleros: Reloaded”, “Invasion”, “Gargolas”, “Los Bravos”, and many more. Cosculluela is known to many as "El Principe del Verso" or The Prince of the Verse.

In 2009, Cosculluela finally released his album. The album was announced a year ago, and was originally named "One For All" but was later changed to "El Príncipe"(The Prince). His second single, "Prrrum", was released on the internet on September 19. The album was completed around September and was released late November.

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